Prof. Namrita Lall has completed her Ph.D from the University of Pretoria and was a visiting scientist at the University of Illinois, Chicago and Kings College London. She has published more than 120 papers in reputed journals. She is also the co-inventor of 16 national and international patents. This medicinal plant scientist at the University of Pretoria is ranked in the top 1% of the global Essential Science Indicators list of influential academics who write about pharmacology and toxicology. In 2014, she received the Order of Mapungubwe - South Africa’s highest honour - from President Jacob Zuma, in recognition of her research.
Prof Lall’s main research interests include antituberculosis natural product leads from medicinal plants, susceptibility studies of other bacteria to medicinal plants, cytotoxicity of plant extracts/compounds, anticancer activity of medicinal plants, antityrosinase (skin pigmentation) activity of plants, isolation and purification of bioactive principles from plants
Dr. Maha MD, Ph.D., Lecturer of pharmacology is a graduate of Faculty of medicine in Minia University, Egypt and practiced medicine since 1998. She had MSc in pharmacology researching about Alzheimer's, from faculty of medicine at Minia University, Egypt and became assistant lecturer of pharmacology in 2005. And Ph.D. in pharmacology from faculty of medicine at Minia university, Egypt and became lecturer of pharmacology in 2011. She has participated in many teaching and skills courses, and in pharmacology conferences. Also, she has published many research manuscripts in pharmacology in international journals
Researching about Alzheimer's,